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Eastlake natural wicker rocking chair, ca. 1870

Eastlake natural wicker rocking chair, ca.

~ Fancy Victorian Wicker Rocker - Heywood Wakefield ~ ebay.com

This is a very fancy Victorian Wicker Rocking Chair. This wicker rocker was made by Heywood Wakefield. Probably used in a photography studio.

Wicker Victorian seating loveseat/settee natural

American Victorian natural wicker 2 person loveseat with "U" shaped center of back and scroll sides (with seat and 2 side cushions (HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD label)

Armchair - Herter Brothers, manufacturer (New York)Armchair, ca. 1872–1873Walnut and walnut burl

American Renaissance Revival, armchair - Herter Brothers, manufacturer, (New York), ca. walnut and walnut burl

American Victorian natural wicker Turkish style bench with open design side arms and woven seat

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The Important Charles Thomson Chippendale Carved and Figured Mahogany Armchair, carving attributed to John Pollard, Philadelphia, circa 1770 -  retains a rich historic surface, approximately one inch has been restored at top of stiles and splat, rear legs with bottom inch replaced. Height 39 3/4 in.

Chippendale Carved and Figured Mahogany Armchair, carving attributed to John Pollard, Philadelphia, circa

19th c. American Wicker Magazine Rack

For Sale on - Nineteenth century American dark stained wicker magazine rack woven with a scroll and spindle design, divided into two sections, and resting upon four

Detail A set of twelve George III amaranth, ebonised and polychrome-painted dining chairs circa 1775, designed by James Wyatt and probably supplied by Gillows, the decoration attributed to Biagio Rebecca the looped moulded and foliate carved backs with three medallions inset in to the interwoven design painted with sphinxes flanking an urn, a mask and an athenienne with horsehair covered padded seats with two rows of close-nailing on square-section tapering legs and ebonised ogee-moulded…

A set of twelve George III amaranth, ebonised and polychrome-painted dining chairs circa designed by James Wyatt and probably supplied by Gillows, the decoration attributed to Biagio Rebecca

Francois J. Interiors www.interiordesignbyfrancois.com

Century Louis XV Style Cane and Carved Giltwood French Chair from Full Bloom Cottage

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